The bloody three-day siege in Mumbai in 2008 was one of the most high-profile terrorist attacks since 9/11. American David Coleman Headley, who helped plan the attack, is the subject of a Frontline and ProPublica documentary airing Tuesday on PBS.
World's Population Teeters on the Edge of 7 Billion -- Now What?…
The relationship between Pakistan and the United States "has not been an easy one" lately, Secretary Hillary Clinton said Friday during a diplomatic mission to Islamabad. Margaret Warner reports on the ongoing tensions between the two nations.
The population gap between rising economic powers India and Brazil is on display in the countries' largest cities.
By Larisa Epatko
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers monitors the deaths of journalists related to their work all around the world and recently released its list for 2011 to date. We illustrate some of the top countries here.
The economy in India is growing rapidly, but not fast enough to take care of its millions of poor and hungry children. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on a solution that has resulted in the world's largest school…
An Indian idol-maker draws eyes onto a clay statue of the Hindu goddess Durga. Photo credit: Diptendu Dutta/ AFP/ Getty Images.
An Indian folk dancer from the Zanzar Performing Arts poses with her troupe during a rehearsal for the upcoming Navratri festival in Ahmedabad. Photo credit: Sam Panthaky /AFP /Getty Images.
Girl Effect: Helping Poor Girls Makes Economic Sense…
By Talea Miller
In India, aborting a fetus based on its sex is illegal, but the practice is common due to a societal preference for boys.
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